actors and agreements in the region
Global action and Global
Regional Seas Programme. >
UNEP Global programme of action for the protection of
the marine environment from land-based activities (UNEP
Economic Commission for Europe. >
Regional Office for Europe. >
conventions, agreements, action plans and actors
on the Protection of the Black Sea against Pollution
Convention) The Black Sea Commission. >
Declarations on the Protection of the Black Sea: 1993
Odessa Declaration, and 2002 Sofia Declaration. >
Black Sea Environmental Programme (BSEP) Strategic
Action Plan for the Rehabilitation and Protection of
the Black Sea + Black Sea TDA + Black Sea Ecosystems
Recovery Project (and DABLAS Task Force).
Black Sea MoU on Port State Control. >
Danube River Protection Convention. >
Dnipro Basin Environment Programme. >
on Black Sea Economic Co-operation. >
Sea and Caspian Sea Environmental Information Centre.
Dedicated to providing information to help prepare and
train for environmental issues and problems relating
to the Black Sea and Caspian Sea. Site developed by
the U.S. Department of Energy. Includes, e.g., a Technologies
and Training, with links relating to oil spill clean-up
technologies and training.
Blackseaweb. A joint project between local partners
from Ukraine, the Russian Federation, Romania, and EU
partners, focusing on strengthening environmental management
for the Black Sea Region. See, e.g., a summary of Environmental
Programmes in the Black Sea.
reports on the state of the marine and coastal environment
Sea Environmental Programme: Black
Sea Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis
Sea Commission: State
of the Environment of the Black Sea - pressures and
EEA: State of the environment reporting system (SERIS)
Sea. See also country
reports for Bulgaria, Georgia, Moldova, Romania,
Russian Federation, Turkey, and Ukraine.
Assessment of the state of the environment of the Black
Sea. Global International Waters Assessment (GIWA).
Environment Outlook 3 (GEO3). Coastal and marine
of Rhode Island: Large Marine Ecosystems (LME): The
region includes the Black
sector and NGOs actors and initiatives
Black Sea NGO Network (BSNN). >
A project initiated by Turkish Maritime Pilots' Association,
"aiming at increasing international sensitivitiy
in internet environment to keep our seas clean".
Black Sea Region Association of Shipbuilders and Shiprepairers
(BRASS). Not available online
Black Sea International Shipowners Association (BINSA).
Not available online
International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF).
International Directory of Oil Spill Cleanup Contractors
and Response Organisations. >
International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation
Association (IPIECA). >